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Originally Posted by garymyman View Post

I sold an Hermes dress shirt for $75 on ebay. I received neutral feedback from the buyer because the shirt arrived wrinkled! A cotton (and machine washable) shirt had the audacity to arrived wrinkled. In 12 years of ebaying that's my only neutral/negative feedback and it still chaps my ass.


I would like to know how many eBay buyers know what kind of damage a negative feedback does to the seller's reputation. The sellers work SO hard to get rid of negatives that weren't justified, a friend of mine got a negative because the lady put the battery in the phone the wrong way and thought he sent her the wrong battery, she replied to the original negative feedback saying she put it in the wrong way... 

post #6497 of 6715
^ and he didn't ask her or eBay to retract that? Its totally possible in that case.
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1 negative feedback on a seller's profile probably won't hurt him, but if the negative feedback outweighs the positive ones then there is something alarming about the seller..and of course read the reasons for the negative feedback matters.

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

^ and he didn't ask her or eBay to retract that? Its totally possible in that case.


Called the lady and she said she doesn't have access to that email address to fill out a feedback revision form. Sounds interesting to me. Just goes to show how stupid some people are.

 

Here is a print screen of the feedback, i got it slightly wrong but you get the point (click it to see it bigger)

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Originally Posted by davesmith View Post

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Called the lady and she said she doesn't have access to that email address to fill out a feedback revision form. Sounds interesting to me. Just goes to show how stupid some people are.

Here is a print screen of the feedback, i got it slightly wrong but you get the point (click it to see it bigger)
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Call back and get a supervisor. That can totally be removed.
post #6502 of 6715
I just sold a Hugo Boss sportcoat for $9.49 + shipping. Guy received the jacket and wrote me saying there was a hole in the sleeve and wanted me to pay to have it fixed. I wrote back 2 hours, 37 minutes later saying would you like a partial or full refund. He never responded... thus days go by and still havent heard from him. He then left me negative feedback saying "Hole in jacket. Contacted seller, seller never responded" and then opened an Ebay Buyer Protection case against me stating damages, no response from seller, wants seller to pay for it to be fixed, and wants to keep the jacket. Issued a full refund and got the jerk to revise his negative feedback... he left a neutral. Some people... The jacket didn't even cost much! rotflmao.gif
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Originally Posted by Kitontini View Post

I just sold a Hugo Boss sportcoat for $9.49 + shipping. Guy received the jacket and wrote me saying there was a hole in the sleeve and wanted me to pay to have it fixed. I wrote back 2 hours, 37 minutes later saying would you like a partial or full refund. He never responded... thus days go by and still havent heard from him. He then left me negative feedback saying "Hole in jacket. Contacted seller, seller never responded" and then opened an Ebay Buyer Protection case against me stating damages, no response from seller, wants seller to pay for it to be fixed, and wants to keep the jacket. Issued a full refund and got the jerk to revise his negative feedback... he left a neutral. Some people... The jacket didn't even cost much! rotflmao.gif


Of course he was annoyed - he had to skip lunch to be able to afford it ;)

post #6504 of 6715

When I bought my RL suit before I made sure I communicated several times with the seller, even asking better quality pictures in my email before I eventually bought it.

post #6505 of 6715

A very nice suit from RLBL at a very good price:

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/170812668893?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1431.l2649

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Originally Posted by pazzion View Post

A very nice suit from RLBL at a very good price:

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/170812668893?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1431.l2649



Isn't this Chaps? 

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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post



Isn't this Chaps? 

Clearly says Chaps.
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post



Isn't this Chaps? 
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Originally Posted by llltronlll View Post

Clearly says Chaps.

But this was the precursor to RLBL. Clearly full canvas and a load of handwork here. Solid deal.
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

But this was the precursor to RLBL. Clearly full canvas and a load of handwork here. Solid deal.

I don't think so bud. Chaps is still around, and it's an RL diffusion brand.
post #6510 of 6715
I... think he was being sarcastic?
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